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Frances Tiafoe and Mitchell Krueger were facing off in a tennis match at the Sarasota Open when something bizarre happened. Mike Cation, the commentator, assumed a spectator was viewing an adult video before later realizing the sounds were coming from people making love in the vicinity of the match. Even Tiafoe had to stop and comment that, “It can’t be that good". You're going to crack up when you see a mom make her son cover his ears and all the other reactions.
You know when you tell someone you're minutes away when you're actually still at home? This BuzzFeed Violet video takes that familiar feeling to the extreme. As a man robs a bank, his getaway driver tells him he's close by when he's actually getting Taco Bell, filling up his car with gas, inviting a stranger over and more crazy antics. So next time you tell a friend you're on your way when you actually just left, remember what can happen next time you're late! View Now
Unwanted, invasive ad or clever marketing? A new Burger King ad is causing controversy. Although it's only 15 seconds, it has the ability to take over a Google Assistant or Google Home device if you have one at home while watching the commercial on TV or on social media.
The YouTube description under the video even suggests you turn up the volume, and it does work. View Now
Jimmy Fallon and Dawyne "The Rock" Johnson are at Universal Studios in Orlando - at least their masscots are. Check them out as they photobomb people on the new ride "Race Through New York Staring Jimmy Fallon." When the identiy of the mascots is revealed, the reactions are priceless. View Now
Even clean freaks would have a rude awakening in the Marines.
Watch as this Parris Island drill instructor leads Staten Island Advance reporter Amanda Steen through the precise steps of making a military-style bed (with surprising tact). Our marine barely raises his voice, but we're guessing it's the most stressful bed Amanda's ever made!
There is this unspoken rule when you go to the beach, "Do NOT step on, sit on or touch other peoples' towels." Well, BigDawsTV is ignoring all beach etiquette to test the reactions. From describing the encounter as awkward to offering him fries, he's got reactions all across the board.
For more towel no-no's, watch his video of hilarious extras. View Now
Actor and singer extraordinaire John Stamos was on stage performing with the Beach Boys at a theater in New York last night when something surprising happened. (Remember how his famous character in "Full House," Uncle Jesse, always jammed with them)? Mid song, John realizes his pants have split in the back and can't hide the surprise on his face but does keep playing through it! Always the professional! View Now
Meeting your celebrity crush would give just about anyone weak knees, but Thomas from Yes Theory has just minutes to psych up after his buddies spy popular Instagramer and gorgeous model Vale Genta at the airport. The completely random encounter goes more awkwardly than Thomas might have hoped, but he does get in a "hello." View Now
Everyone knows that one kid growing up who'd steal the spotlight anytime they could. Well, RightThisMinute's very own Oli Pettigrew was one such kid! In honor of his birthday this Sunday, we did a little digging "way back when" and found these hilarious home videos of Oli and his famous air banjo in action.
It was an interesting morning for mom Jennifer Williamson and son Aaron. Trying to catch a flight at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport on March 26, Aaron was stopped by Transportation Security Administration agents for a security check. Aaron suffers from Sensory Processing Disorder, and Jennifer said it was uncomfortable and traumatizing for him to receive a lengthy patdown. Her over two minute video is going viral, and Jennifer said the family was detained for over an hour and ended up missing their flight. View Now
Connor Murphy is out to prove you can never collect too many digits with his latest "magic shirt" trick. Fully-clothed, he approaches different women on the street with an unusual request—pull this rope knot and his shirt will disappear! True to fashion, Connor's shirt does vanish... and the crowd goes wild!
How many times can James Corden say, "The Englishman Who Went up a Hill but Came down a Mountain?!" It's all part of a segment from "The Late Late Show," and it seems like James has an obsession with the 1995 movie starring Hugh Grant (we checked; it's a real movie). The sketch focuses on a fake documentary capturing behind the scenes moments of the show, including a pitch meeting preparing for a supposed Hugh Grant appearance on the show. View Now
The cringe is insanely strong with this one! "Satisfying videos" seem to be all the rage on the internet today. Knives being heated up to 1,000-degrees, people slowly cutting kinetic sand and hydraulic presses crushing random objects just to name a few. View Now
Everyone knows that parents keep score at their kids' games, but these competitive adults clearly stepped over the line when they sparked a full-on brawl on the sidelines at this Spanish youth soccer game. Even if you're upset over "aggressive" behavior on the field, the best solution isn't to deck another dad, especially on Father's Day.
Remember the days of religiously writing in your diary and journaling every thought? What if your significant other got to read it and get to know your old self? It could be embarrassing or maybe super sweet! Glamour Magazine tests it out in their series "Guys Read Their Girlfriends' Old Diaries." This time, Helen is in the hot seat with boyfriend Ed learning about another side of her.
What if you could see and talk to your loved ones again after they passed away? There may be an app for that. South Korean company Elrois is developing an app that could let people speak to avatars of their loved ones and take selfies with them, creating memories they might not already have. BBC's Chris Foxx drilled Eun Jin Lim with Elrois on whether it's a strange idea and just giving people the ability to create fake memories. What do you think? View Now
Because it isn't a party without whistles, Cleetus McFarland's packing hundreds of these cheap party favors inside his 841-horsepower Corvette's quad exhaust! It's hardly the YouTuber's first time sticking noisemakers in his 'Vette's exhaust, but never before has the "need for speed" been more corny.
It's the moment from the Academy Awards 2017 that everyone is talking about, and it happened right as the show ended. "La La Land" was mistakenly announced as the "Best Picture" winner instead of "Moonlight." Presenter Warren Beatty seemed to do a double take when reading his card before handing it to his co-presenter Faye Dunaway. View Now
Fans can't believe their eyes when Mexican singer Paulina Rubio takes a dramatic stage-dive in the middle of a show. Watch her near the edge... and keep walking thanks to blinding stage lights! View Now
She's currently doing press in Cambodia for her new film "First They Killed My Father," but Angelina Jolie is showing off more than her acting and directing skills! The movie star apparently knows a lot about eating bugs. In an interview with BBC News, Jolie teaches us how to cook spiders and doesn't hesitate to stick them right in her mouth. Eww or a new delicacy? View Now
WARNING: Adult language used.
It's known as one of the most romantic movies ever, so you would think that acting out the "The Notebook" would make people swoon! Youtuber Ivan Walczak puts it to the test, asking girls on the street at UNLV to be his very own Allie. It helps just a bit when his shirt comes off! View Now
We've all got music and artists we only enjoy in secret, so can you imagine the world discovering your guilty pleasure? Eugene Yakovlev channels this awkward situation in his latest hilarious library prank. Prepare your ears for a disturbing amount of Avril Lavigne!